Special Report: Why India’s medical schools are plagued with fraud

Reuters, 16 June 2015
Author: Andrew Macaskill, Steve Stecklow, Sanjeev Miglani
“India’s system for training doctors is broken. It is plagued by rampant fraud and unprofessional teaching practices, exacerbating the public health challenge facing this fast-growing but still poor nation of about 1.25 billion people. The ramifications spread beyond the country’s borders: India is the world’s largest exporter of doctors, with about 47,000 currently practicing in the United States and about 25,000 in the United Kingdom.”
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